Tuesday, February 4, 2014

The Devil is in the Details

According to Wikipedia, the phrase "the devil is in the details" is derived from an earlier phrase "God is in the details" but generally it means details are important.

When I'm low on inventory or need to produce a larger body of work, I'm sometimes tempted to not spend as much time on details as I'd like.  With a greater amount of time to create pottery in 2014, one of my many goals is focusing on and refining details

Here is a collection of photos of details from past pots. 


cookingwithgas said...

Nice details.

Lori Buff said...

I feel like I do the same thing when I'm pushing hard, then I'm not as happy with the pots. It seems like it's always better to spend a little more time and make something we love. Good thinking and nice details.